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February 24, 2012
From journal Western Haunts and Ghostowns
February 28, 2008
September 23, 2006
After we visited the state park we went into town to look in the shops and have lunch. There are only a few streets and they climb back and forth across the side of the hill. Not too hard to walk if you pace yourself.
We had lunch at The Haunted Hamburger. It is a restaurant and bar that has very reasonable prices, good service and good food.
Some shops have a lot of the same things you see in all the tourist stores all over the place. There are also a lot of shops with unique items, locally made arts and crafts which are moderate to high priced. In my humble opinion it is worthwhile to visit Jerome.
From journal Week in and Around Sedona, AZ
Willingboro, New Jersey
August 19, 2004
Jerome is located just outside of Sedona and takes about 25 minutes to reach. For your information, Wal-Mart is on your way on the left hand side. This was a small, but nice surprise.
From journal Sedona in the Summer
by Vicki Wilson
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
March 25, 2004
From journal Week in Sedona
Cary, North Carolina
August 8, 2003
There are small shops and points of interest in the downtown area. Stop at the information booth to get a map of the town for a quarter. We ate in the Haunted Hamburger, which has a great view. Save room for dessert--the piece of cake they gave us was big enough for four people to enjoy.
From journal A week in Sedona and beyond
by Shock Man
April 28, 2003
From journal Spring in Sedona
Medford, New York
January 22, 2003
From journal Arid Scottsdale